Dr. Melissa Patchan, Learning Sciences & Human Development, is seeking several students to work on a research project that examines the usefulness of peer feedback (e.g., feedback provided by students to help peers improve their writing). New undergraduate research assistants for the spring semester. Students' primary responsibilities will involve sorting peer feedback comments based on certain features (i.e., coding). Training and regular meetings with Megan Mikesell and Dr. Patchan will also be required. Students will be expected to work a minimum of 10 hours per week. Although there is some flexibility in which hours/days students work, the majority of these hours must occur on Monday-Friday between 8 am and 5 pm. Multiple positions are available in the Spring semester. See the attached flyer for more information and what information you need before contacting Dr. Patchan (Melissa.Patchan@mail.wvu.edu).